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By Neil S. Sadick MD

Filler concepts are the main standard surgeries in plastic surgery, as they're the simplest approach to decreasing wrinkles on a long term foundation. For years, dermatologists have identified that water-binding soft-tissue fillers can exchange the lack of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid from the surface. simply because filler formulation and alertness concepts are continually up-to-date and reevaluated, the dermatologist and beauty health care provider desire a speedy reference at the topic. This new textual content, edited through world-renowned dermatologist Dr. Neil S. Sadick, covers all of the major elements of soft-tissue filler innovations. matters lined contain deciding upon and employing fillers; short-, intermediate-, and long-acting fillers; and blend techniques, in addition to anesthetic concerns, apparatus and sufferer positioning, operative strategies, capability problems, and postoperative overview.

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12). is available in Europe and in Canada. 2. ) Limited – either due to toxicity or adverse reaction Limited 3–9 months Altered biologic properties Ch. 5 Collagen Products FIG. 13. 37 Pivotal study (DP101 US-01): study design. scale (2 or greater) and up to two injections were FIG. 12. used to correct both folds: One with Evolence and Injection technique. the other with Restylane. The subjects were followed 11 for six months initially and then for a year for efÞcacy Multiple biopsy studies in animal models and humans and safety.

5 Yes Yes Injection Depth Mid-dermis Deep dermis Mid-dermis Deep dermis Mid-dermis Juvederm Ultra – mid-dermis; Juvederm Ultra Plus – deep dermis Mid-dermis Mid-dermis BDDE ¼ 1,4-butanediol diglycidal ether; DVS ¼ divinyl sulfone; BCDI ¼ p-phenylene bisethyl carbodiimide; NASHA ¼ nonanimal stabilized hyaluronic acid. greater forces, a yield point is achieved at which time effects of a Þller that is not near its expected equili- the displacement force falls slightly and continuous brium concentration of acid-to-water once that Þller 4 ßow is nearly constant.

For best aesthetic results when using long-term Þllers, the entire malar area should be augmented, not merely the areas where soft tissue deÞciency is For a smoother look and more natural feel, Þller should be placed at the junction of the deep dermis and the subcutaneous tissue. For large volume augmentation, both the subcutaneous and the subdermal planes may be injected. Deeper implantation gives a more natural feel and allows larger volumes of material to be safely implanted. most obvious. This treatment of the region, rather than the speciÞc defect, appears to signal a new direc- HIV-Associated Facial Lipoatrophy tion in the use of soft tissue Þllers.

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